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For sale is a race turbo system for a ZX10. The kit was designed for a 06-07, but it should work on a 2004-2010. The turbo is a 62mm. It makes a lot of power, and is very efficient, but was designed for land speed or drag racing, so low end power was not a priority. It will work on a street bike, but with this turbo it would be a monster.

15psi = 300hp
20psi = 350hp
25psi = 400hp

I have run up to 32psi, and with that boost it went 245mph in the standing mile at Maxton this summer. It's faster than any other 1000cc bike in the mile, holds 6 ECTA records, 3 Loring records, and 1 SCTA record. Last week I tuned it for alcohol, to try to go 250 in the mile, and it was making great power, 415 hp at 20psi, but broke a connecting rod at 25psi, and now I'm parting it out to try Production class racing on a Gen 4.

The dyno charts below are with 10.5:1 pistons, C-16 fuel, around 11.5:1 AFR, with 6 degrees ignition retard. Stock head with 2 '08 intake cams. The intercooler with icewater will keep intake temps below 150 degrees for a mile and a half at WOT running 24psi boost. I also have a heat exchanger that can be used in place of the water reservoir, so it could be used on the street with just water, and pump gas at less boost. For high boost (more than 8-10psi) you will of course need to build the motor. The turbo system fits behind the stock radiator. The charge tube is now separate from the turbo compressor. It is much easier to install and is a larger diameter.

Kit includes everything you will need to install. For more than 8psi, you will need motor work. PM for details.

Stainless thick gauge header, super stout, excellent welding
PTE 6262sp billet turbo, K&N filter, good for 600+hp
Tial MVS 38 wastegate
2.25" aluminum charge tube
Water / air intercooled plenum with injector bungs
Fuel rail with 4 Siemens 630cc injectors
Aeromotive 1:1 fuel pressure regulator, liquid FP gauge
Walbro 255lph fuel pump, in OEM housing with plumbed return line, quick disconnect
SplitSecond AIC injector controller box
2 gal custom aluminum water reservoir, Bosch pump, lines
Heat exchanger for street water intercooling (you will need to plumb, I never used it)
Billet oil filter relocator, remote oil filter, -6AN lines
throttle bodies with secondary shaft removed, 3 check valves & fuel rail plumbed for secondary feed
OEM radiator with oil cooler port welded
OEM oil pan with bulkhead fitting for oil return

$3000 plus shipping.










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For sale is a race turbo system for a ZX10. The kit was designed for a 06-07, but it should work on a 2004-2010. The turbo is a 62mm. It makes a lot of power, and is very efficient, but was designed for land speed or drag racing, so low end power was not a priority. It will work on a street bike, but with this turbo it would be a monster.

15psi = 300hp
20psi = 350hp
25psi = 400hp

I have run up to 32psi, and with that boost it went 245mph in the standing mile at Maxton this summer. It's faster than any other 1000cc bike in the mile, holds 6 ECTA records, 3 Loring records, and 1 SCTA record. Last week I tuned it for alcohol, to try to go 250 in the mile, and it was making great power, 415 hp at 20psi, but broke a connecting rod at 25psi, and now I'm parting it out to try Production class racing on a Gen 4.

The dyno charts below are with 10.5:1 pistons, C-16 fuel, around 11.5:1 AFR, with 6 degrees ignition retard. Stock head with 2 '08 intake cams. The intercooler with icewater will keep intake temps below 150 degrees for a mile and a half at WOT running 24psi boost. I also have a heat exchanger that can be used in place of the water reservoir, so it could be used on the street with just water, and pump gas at less boost. For high boost (more than 8-10psi) you will of course need to build the motor. The turbo system fits behind the stock radiator. The charge tube is now separate from the turbo compressor. It is much easier to install and is a larger diameter.

Kit includes everything you will need to install. For more than 8psi, you will need motor work. PM for details.

Stainless thick gauge header, super stout, excellent welding
PTE 6262sp billet turbo, K&N filter, good for 600+hp
Tial MVS 38 wastegate
2.25" aluminum charge tube
Water / air intercooled plenum with injector bungs
Fuel rail with 4 Siemens 630cc injectors
Aeromotive 1:1 fuel pressure regulator, liquid FP gauge
Walbro 255lph fuel pump, in OEM housing with plumbed return line, quick disconnect
SplitSecond AIC injector controller box
2 gal custom aluminum water reservoir, Bosch pump, lines
Heat exchanger for street water intercooling (you will need to plumb, I never used it)
Billet oil filter relocator, remote oil filter, -6AN lines
throttle bodies with secondary shaft removed, 3 check valves & fuel rail plumbed for secondary feed
OEM radiator with oil cooler port welded
OEM oil pan with bulkhead fitting for oil return

$3000 plus shipping.










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Thanks folks. It will go on eBay in a couple days.

A couple folks ahve asked about street power levels, and what motor work would be required. For 7psi, you could leave it stock, with a good tuneup, and leave off the water intercooler. This should be good for 250+ hp. For 300hp, you'd need turbo pistons, valve springs, and clutch springs.
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For sale is a race turbo system for a ZX10. The kit was designed for a 06-07, but it should work on a 2004-2010. The turbo is a 62mm. It makes a lot of power, and is very efficient, but was designed for land speed or drag racing, so low end power was not a priority. It will work on a street bike, but with this turbo it would be a monster.

15psi = 300hp
20psi = 350hp
25psi = 400hp

I have run up to 32psi, and with that boost it went 245mph in the standing mile at Maxton this summer. It's faster than any other 1000cc bike in the mile, holds 6 ECTA records, 3 Loring records, and 1 SCTA record. Last week I tuned it for alcohol, to try to go 250 in the mile, and it was making great power, 415 hp at 20psi, but broke a connecting rod at 25psi, and now I'm parting it out to try Production class racing on a Gen 4.

The dyno charts below are with 10.5:1 pistons, C-16 fuel, around 11.5:1 AFR, with 6 degrees ignition retard. Stock head with 2 '08 intake cams. The intercooler with icewater will keep intake temps below 150 degrees for a mile and a half at WOT running 24psi boost. I also have a heat exchanger that can be used in place of the water reservoir, so it could be used on the street with just water, and pump gas at less boost. For high boost (more than 8-10psi) you will of course need to build the motor. The turbo system fits behind the stock radiator. The charge tube is now separate from the turbo compressor. It is much easier to install and is a larger diameter.

Kit includes everything you will need to install. For more than 8psi, you will need motor work. PM for details.

Stainless thick gauge header, super stout, excellent welding
PTE 6262sp billet turbo, K&N filter, good for 600+hp
Tial MVS 38 wastegate
2.25" aluminum charge tube
Water / air intercooled plenum with injector bungs
Fuel rail with 4 Siemens 630cc injectors
Aeromotive 1:1 fuel pressure regulator, liquid FP gauge
Walbro 255lph fuel pump, in OEM housing with plumbed return line, quick disconnect
SplitSecond AIC injector controller box
2 gal custom aluminum water reservoir, Bosch pump, lines
Heat exchanger for street water intercooling (you will need to plumb, I never used it)
Billet oil filter relocator, remote oil filter, -6AN lines
throttle bodies with secondary shaft removed, 3 check valves & fuel rail plumbed for secondary feed
OEM radiator with oil cooler port welded
OEM oil pan with bulkhead fitting for oil return

$3000 plus shipping.










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Thanks folks. It will go on eBay in a couple days.

A couple folks ahve asked about street power levels, and what motor work would be required. For 7psi, you could leave it stock, with a good tuneup, and leave off the water intercooler. This should be good for 250+ hp. For 300hp, you'd need turbo pistons, valve springs, and clutch springs.
do you have the link for eBay?
 
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